60 minutes: £60
Simply book your timeslot on the online booking system and add a note of which type of massage you’d prefer.
Free consultation and tailored exercise programme / after care advice with every treatment.
Benefits of Massage
Do you know that a massage is probably one of the oldest and simplest form of healthcare?
Do you recognise any of these symptoms in yourself?
Massage is a fantastic antidote for stress. Reducing stress gives you more energy, improves your overall wellbeing, and in the process reduces your likelihood of injury and illness and aids relaxation.
Painful or Tight Muscles
Massage can relieve many types of muscle tightness, from a short-term muscle cramp to a habitually clenched jaw or tight shoulders, from aching muscles from being at the computer or laptop for too long, or driving long distances without a break.
Delayed Muscle Soreness
After exercise, a build-up of waste products in your muscles can leave you feeling tired and sore. Massage increases circulation, removing waste products and encouraging healing nutrients.
Massage can help heal injuries that develop over time, such as tendonitis, ligament or muscle strains caused by an accident, over stretching, over training and so on. Massage reduces inflammation by increasing circulation to the affected area, which removes waste products and brings nutrients to injured cells.
Prevention of New Injuries
By relieving chronic tension, massage can help prevent injuries that might result from putting stress on unbalanced muscle groups or from favouring or forcing a painful, restricted area.
As massage releases restrictions in muscles, joints, and surrounding fascia, your body is free to return to a more natural and healthy posture.
Also, read our blog on Signs that you may need a massage.